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Still in all, coconut oil has been proven to be not only safe but also extremely effective at targeting abdominal fat in both men and women. With just the addition of two or more tablespoons of this delicious Smart Fat to your diet, it can reduce your belly fat and elevate your good HDL cholesterol levels. Many clinical studies have demonstrated an increase of 12 to 36 pounds per year for lasting and delectable weight loss with a Smart Fat addition of daily coconut oil intake.
As a rich source of lauric and caprylic acids, coconut functions as a marvelous anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic food.
Let me also say a word about red palm oil, because I know you are probably curious. Although it has a Smart Fat composition even more impressive than coconut oil in some respects, I am not recommending red palm oil, in spite of its stellar carotenoid content, due to the environmental, ethical and moral implications and controversy surrounding its manufacture.
- American households on average purchase pickles every 53 days;
- More than 67 percent of all households eat pickles;
- Americans consume more than nine pounds of pickles per person annually?
That's a whole lot of pickles…and pickle JUICE! But what to do with the juice once the pickles are gone? Most individuals just pour it down the drain! *GASP* I bet you won't be doing that once you learn how many different ways there are to "recycle" pickle juice! SO. OKAY, what are the benefits of pickle juice?
Pickle juice contains sodium and vinegar—both necessary in aiding athletes and those who sweat heavily to avoid or overcome cramps (aka Charlie Horses). Researchers credit the vinegar for this benefit; others say it's the magnesium. Whichever ingredient is credited, it works!
Use Pickle Juice To Pickle Cucumbers
When there's no more pickles in the pickle jar, possibly the most interesting use is pickling veggies that are beginning to pass their prime in your fridge.
Empty whatever leftovers you have in your vegetable drawer into a jar of leftover pickle juice. Let them sit for a few days and you have NEW PICKLES! Place shredded or cut carrots into a jar of pickle juice for a tangy snack. Slice some red onion very thinly and throw it in the pickle juice for perfect pickled onions!
Transforming pickle juice into pickled cucumbers To make refrigerator dill pickles, mix sliced cucumbers into the pickle vinegar. You can add additional dill, garlic and onion to taste. Keep them in a jar with a tight lid. Shake the jar a couple of times a day for five days. The pickles will be ready to eat in a week to ten days.
Meat and Poultry Tenderizer/Marinade
- The acid in pickle juice acts as a tenderizer, resulting in super-succulent meats. Use it as a marinade for pork chops or steak. It will add abundant flavor to your meats, without the extra calories in heavy sauces or marinades. Recipe: Pickle juice, garlic, salt/pepper, grainy mustard and mix to a thin paste, brush on meat. Leave for an hour, up to overnight. BBQ, or broil. Works well for tougher cuts or wild game meat.
- You can also use pickle juice as a delicious marinade for chicken. Soak the chicken overnight in a resealable plastic bag and then cook on the grill. If the marinade seems a little too strong, try adding a little coconut milk to the marinade. Discard pickle juice when done.
- Add garlic and your favorite spices to the pickle juice and use it to baste ribs on the grill.
Other Uses for Pickle Juice Food Enhancers:
- Use pickle juice to perk-up boring poached, baked or broiled fish! You'll be amazed.
- Try adding pickle juice to your favorite macaroni and cheese recipe.
- Brine hard-boiled eggs with onions and garlic alone or add any other soft veggie.
- Use it in place of plain vinegar in gazpacho.
- Elevate ho-hum hummus to a punchy dip with a few dashes.
- Brine is an easy and flavorful way to poach fish.
- Marinate soft white cheese in it, like cream cheese or chèvre.
- Mixed with a little beef broth it makes a great broth for Korean style cold noodles.
- If you are a juicer, add a bit of brine to your vegetable juice.
- Throw some pickle juice into your meatloaf, mix along with all the other condiments.
- Try making pickled watermelon rind. Take off the skin, then drop the pieces into some pickle juice.
- Like martinis? Try using some pickle juice.
A close friend used to make Jewish Deli Bread, which quickly became a favorite of mine. Use brine as the liquid portion of your bread to fortify the dough. It also makes a great soaking agent.
Combine pickle brine, heavy cream, finely sliced carrots and diced pickles. Blend well and serve with a pickle slice for garnish. Surprisingly easy, unique and delicious!
- Bartenders claim pickle juice (referred to as a "pickle-back shot") is the perfect complement to whiskey, instantly soothing the taste buds and aftershock of a rough liquor.
- Stir 1/8 cup dill pickle liquid into 12 ounces of your favorite beer and garnish with a pickle spear or baby dill; even better with a "red beer."
- Pickle juice is also a known folk remedy for hangovers; it replenishes your depleted sodium levels and helps to assist in rehydration.
- Make blackened copper pans sparkle by cleaning them with pickle juice. It also works well as a grill cleaner, making those charred bits much easier to scrape off in the garden.
- The high vinegar and salt content of pickle juice makes it a great weed killer. Dump it on dandelions, thistle, pretty much any weeds that crop up around your home. Bonus, it's pet-friendly!
- Some plants, such as hydrangeas and rhododendrons, need an acidic soil in order to thrive; pickle juice helps acidify the soil. Pour the juice into the soil around the plants, or pour into a compost pile. Pouring it directly on the plants could damage them. Add to the soil around acid-loving plants at least once per season.
Pickle Juice In The Medicine Cabinet
- Post-Workout Drink—In a 2010 study, pickle juice halted post-workout muscle cramps in 85 seconds. It is an effective way to replace lost electrolytes and sodium, which can cause serious cramping and dehydration.
- PMS Remedy—For the same reasons above, pickle juice is a helpful remedy for menstrual pain and cramping.
- Heartburn Cure—When heartburn strikes, try taking a few sips of pickle juice. Like apple cider vinegar, the juice helps balance the pH in the stomach, calming acid reflux. If heartburn comes back after a while, try drinking a little more.
- Laxative—Drink a glass of pickle juice as an all-natural laxative.
- Upset Stomach—Treat digestive troubles with pickle juice; it helps by aiding the digestive process. Save some pickle juice in a small container for "medicinal" purposes. You'll be happy you did!
- Hiccup Stopper—Many people claim that the number-one cure for hiccups is a small glass of pickle juice.
Disclaimer: The information references in this article are intended solely for general information for the reader. The contents of this article, or its author, are not intended to offer personal medical advice, diagnose health problems or for treatment purposes. It is not a substitute for medical care provided by a licensed and qualified health professional. Please consult your health care provider for any advice on medications.
Infertility is becoming widespread these days but in the early 1900's, families with five children or more were commonplace. A century later, we now have fertility clinics available to women who want to just have one child. Infertility treatment is expensive and painful for couples who often become desperate after years of failed treatments. One common overlooked reason is low DHEA levels. DHEA is short for DeHydroEpiAndrosterone.
This is the "fountain of youth" hormone and it's a natural adrenal hormone which peaks at age 25, then steadily declines as we age. DHEA can be converted into testosterone and estrogen. Less DHEA means less of these sex hormones. Blood or saliva tests are available to gauge DHEA levels which must be in balance with other adrenal hormones, especially cortisol. High cortisol will cause you to hold on to belly fat.
Cortisol goes up in response to stress. Remember, these two are supposed to be in balance, like a see-saw. So you can see where I'm going with this. Cortisol climbs up and up in many women given the fast paced 21st century non-stop information overload, lack of sleep, caffeine, work-related stress, financial obligations or relationship stress. When it comes time to have a baby, cortisol could be high while DHEA levels may be seriously tanked! Some signs and symptoms include bad PMS (premenstrual syndrome), fatigue, brain fog, mood swings or high cholesterol.
But wait, the fertility doctor told you it was a low count of eggs! Yes that could be true, it's technically termed "Low Functional Ovarian Reserve" or LFOR, which could occur from aging ovaries. At puberty, you may have had 250,000 to 500,000 eggs, but by age 37 perhaps there are 25,000 eggs, and by the time you hit menopause you may have less than 1,000 eggs. If you have LFOR, a specialist in this field will often complement in-vitro fertilization (IVF) with DHEA supplements and/or testosterone medications. According to a recent study published in the Journal of Ovarian Research research supports it. Female participants received 75 mg of DHEA for three consecutive menstrual cycles prior to IVF experiences. Those who received DHEA had more embryos leading to more successful pregnancies. But don't supplement with DHEA by yourself, dosing is dependent on many factors, especially genes which I study every day.
Your response and metabolism of DHEA is dependent on your personal genetic variants meaning supplementation can be good or bad depending on your genes. Cellular and animal studies show that SNPs in any of the following genes affect your metabolism of DHEA: Aromatase, steroid 5?-reductase, sex-hormone binding globulin (SHBG), fragile X mental retardation protein and breast cancer type 1 (BRCA1 gene) can affect levels of androgens in women. Short of screening yourself for all potential genetic variants, I think it's better for you to just do hormonal assessments to see if you have low DHEA or low testosterone.
I've been a pharmacist for 25 years now. Let's face, I know the good, the bad and the ugly drugs. I know we need some of them, and I know that others are not useful, or worse, they are harmful. So today I've decided to share the best remedies that help from head to toe:
Headaches- Taking butterbur (Petasites hybridus) at a dose of 75mg twice daily helps reduce the frequency and intensity of migraines. You can take all the triptan drugs you want (ie Imitrex, Zomig or others) but these drugs usually just reduce pain, sometimes they abort a headache. The butterbur may slash the number of attacks in half. This is HUGE if you have to hold down a job or take care of kiddos. I discussed butterbur and dozens of other solutions my book, Headache Free.
Hypothyroidism- It's impossible to have healthy thyroid function without selenium. Not only will it hinder your ability to make thyroid hormone, it will also stifle your ability to use the hormone inside the cell. There's more about selenium, iodine, B12 and ashwagandha at my website where I archive other articles on thyroid health.
Heart Failure- Niacin (vitamin B3) was found to reduce heart attack and stroke risk in a 2010 study published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Doses vary tremendously, so please do nothing until you have your physician's approval. Niacin causes vasodilation (opens vessels) which reduces arterial pressure. I would be remiss if I didn't mention CoQ10 while discussing the heart or heart failure. CoQ10 also lowers blood pressure. I like about 100 to 200 mg daily but again, please always ask your doctor what's right for you.
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Reduzierung des Streichfettes;
- Die Freude am Essen zu steigern.
- Die Verdauung durch den hohen Anteil an Ballaststoffen zu regulieren.
5.1.1 Getreide und Getreideprodukte
- Gekochte Breie und Schleimsuppen aus Vollkorngetreide mildern den Durchfall.
- Probleme macht oft nur die Beschaffenheit des Kornes, wenn es z.B. zu grob gemahlen ist. Vollkorngetreide kann aber auch ganz fein gemahlen werden, ohne seine guten Eigenschaften und Inhaltsstoffe zu verlieren. Dies ist z.B. beim Grahambrot der Fall.
5.1.3 Milch- und Milchprodukte
Forelle, Kabeljau, Scholle, Heilbutt, Steinbutt, Seezunge, Rotbarsch
Aal, Hering, Anchovis, Karpfen, Sardinen, Fischsalate
Beim Einsatz von MCT-Fetten ist jedoch einiges zu beachten:
- Vorwiegend fettarme Lebensmittel essen.
- Als Streichfett ebenfalls MCT-Margarine verwenden.
- MCT-Fette nicht zum Braten oder Kochen verwenden. Erst nach dem Kochen hinzugeben (hitzeempfindlich).
- Richtig Essen im Job ist wichtig für die Leistungsfähigkeit, auch im Büro.
- Das Frühstück beugt Leistungstiefs am Vormittag vor.
- Zwischendurch kann Nascherei ein Leistungstief vermhindern.
- Wer sein Mittagessen gesundheitsbewusst auswählt, tankt dabei wertvolle Energie für den Nachmittag.
- Wer eine Kantine hat, ist nicht automatisch gut versorgt.
- Abwechslung in der Lunchbox beugt einseitiger Ernährung vor.
- Zwischenstopp am Kiosk sollte man sinnvoll wählen.
- Trinken im Arbeitsalltag nicht vergessen!
Egal, ob Teilzeit oder Vollzeit - geregelte Mahlzeiten und Essenspausen brauchen wir alle, um im Job leistungsfähig zu bleiben. Viele Berufstätige nehmen diese einfache Binsenweisheit nicht ernst. Die aktuelle Datenlage über das Essverhalten Berufstätiger ist besorgniserregend. Fehlendes Ernährungswissen und eine Vorliebe für das Falsche führen zu ernährungsbedingten Krankheiten, zu Arbeitsausfällen und letztendlich sogar zu einem vorzeitigen Ausscheiden aus dem Berufsleben. Von überall her rieseln Informationen über Ernährung auf uns ein, doch sind die meisten nicht in der Lage, das Richtige für sich heraus zu filtern: Sie essen zu fett, zu süß und zu wenig Obst, Gemüse und Vollkornprodukte. Das kann sich heutzutage eigentlich niemand mehr erlauben.
Eine auf den Arbeitsalltag abgestimmte Ernährung hat einen positiven Einfluss auf die Leistungsfähigkeit. Die jeweiligen Mahlzeiten beeinflussen unser Denken und Können für die darauf folgenden Stunden, und zwar jeden Tag aufs Neue. Ob die persönlichen Akkus voll oder leer sind, entscheidet über die kurzfristige individuelle Leistungsfähigkeit. Langfristig schränken Krankheitsfolgen aufgrund falschen Essverhaltens die Arbeitsfähigkeit ein und beeinflussen die weiteren beruflichen Chancen.